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THE MORNING OREGONIAN,. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1920
VETERANS TO VISIT
Old Soldiers Follaw Memorial
"PEAKERS ARE ANNOUNCED
P rog r a mm es to Be Held T hr ou g
out City at 2 o'clock; Lincoln
Hig-ta Assembly Early.
In accordance with the custom of
bringrinff the significance of Memorial
day before the school children by
means of visits of old soldiers, the
Grand Army of the Republic has as
signed speakers to each building. All
schools will have programmes on Fri
flay at 2 P. M. except Lincoln high,
which will have its assembly at 10:15
Chairmen of each of the committees
have been asked to communicate with
the principals of the schools to which
they have been assigned.
The following is the list of speak
ers: Ainaworth achool, Twentieth and Elm
treets Mrs. I. D. Thomas, H. H. North
rup, K. X. Barney, J. H. AlUrich, T. G.
.Robinson, Colonel S. Bond.
Alameda school, Kast Twenty-seventh
and Fremont (streets (Broadway car) H.
W, Ager. John Barton, J. C. Dement, Jo
seph Zehu Bauer. J. I. Miller, Frank
Arleta school. Sixty-fourth street and ;
Fiftieth avenue Southeast (Mt. ScoW car)
T. K. Spiers, A. W. Miller. H. I. O'Mealy,
J. W. Uray. B. R. Horton, J. H. Van
Ordrn, K, A. Pointer, John A. Young.
Albtna Homestead, Beech and Mai lory
streets Union avenue car) Hugh Boyd,
H. I. Worden, J. N. Berry, George Di
Bent, John V. Heath.
Atkiason, Twelfth and Davis streets
(Sixteenth street car) C. J. Russell, T.
M. Kellogg. James F. Smith, Martin Ri
ley. S. K. Gilbert. J. - M osier.
Beaumont. Kast Forty-econd and Fre
ffiont streets (Beaumont car) Mrs. B. M.
Buchanan, J. W. Ridge, Arthur Campbell.
B- G. Parker, Nathaniel Bain.
Benson. Polytechnic, East Twelfth and
Hoyt C. E. Cleveland. John L. Wells,
A. K. Currier, Norman "Whiting, George
Billings. George Hobs on., Martin Land
Brooklyn school, Milwaukle and Freder
ick streete C. U Strong. T. B. McDevitt.
John Bonebright, J. W. Shaver. Adam
T-ilirr, James A. Speer. George W. II ill as.
Buckman school, E7ast Twelfth and
Burnsidc streets: T. J. Gary, Elbridge H.
Thompson, G. E. Wottage, Otis Brooks,
C U Ballard, Alfred Eltzroth, T. K.
Capital Hill, route- 1, Hillsdale Mrs. E.
W. Blandford, C. A. Williams, Jacob
Central school, St. Johns J. G. Cham
bers and others.
Chapman school. Twenty-fifth and "Wil
son streets L. D. Roberts, W. T. Kerr.
L. H. Chaff in, J. M. Cooledge, Wesley
Davis, A. J. Foust.
Clinton Kelly school. East Twenty-sixth
and Powell streets L.. A. Read, D. T..
McKay, I j. M. Guy. John Beebe, W. E.
Hay den, A. S. Capps.
New Couch school, Twemty-first and
Olisan ( W car) L. A. Wiley, W. M. Hen
dcrshott, George W. Shriner. J. A. John
son. John Numan.
Creston school. East Forty-eighth- and
Powell Valley road J. O. Hall. R. C.
Markee, Thomas Stakley, A. DeLong, J.
H. Besan, 1,. B. Osgood. Alex Hislop.
Davis school. Twenty-first and Raleigh
streets J. W. MeCormack, A. W. Mills,
I-inns M. Clark, William McBratney, Cal
vin' M. Swinford.
Dixon school. East Seventeenth and
Failing (Irvlngton) Cecil Thompson, Wil
li win Wlcklf no, Garrett Matthews. Benja
min Branch, Aquilla Stokes, Henry A.
Eliot school, Rodney avenue and Knott
streets ilTnlon avenue car) -S. U. Downs,
T. Bruflletti. Joseph Bates, Conrad Stark,
Etna school. East Twenty-sixth and Ev
erett streets (East Ankeny) Ida M. Man
le H. A. Coleman, George C. Getx, Ben
nett Cole, Earl Krugcr.
Failing school. Front and Porter streets
Fannie G. Porter. C. A. Lamar, Charles
Schabel. Reid Beck. J. D. Ofner, Fred A,
Allhoef, Thomas Anderson.
Fern wood school. Hancock and East
. Twentv-third streets S. E. Mrs. Ida M.
AUhands, H. S. Lilligar. H. C. Rigby. B.
E1. Bumgartner. John Eves, Z. T. Bryant,
Charles P. Hatrley.
Franklin high school. East Fifty-third
and Division streets Hawthorne car) a
F. Ball. C E. CMne, J. W. Chase, S. D.
Cole, Robert Hatfield, J. J. Leavitt.
FuHon Park school. Second and Logan
treets Lena Avers. W. D. Crosby, Fred
Ncidermark. L. G. Orendorf.
Glencoe school. East 49th and Belmont
streets Charles A. Fry, Micah M. Evans,
John W. Bennett, G. A. Prentiss, J. D.
Forbes. E. C. Wiley.
Glenhaven school. Eighty-first and
Schuyler streets Montaviila car) L. L.
Baker, Captain Jones, John CLeary, John
River. I. K. T. Jackson.
Gregory Heights school. East Seventy
fourth and Siskiyou streets (Rose City
Tark car) Mrs. Jessie F. Schesler, F. M.
Varner, H. S. Conn, C. F. Waldo, W. J.
Hawthorne school. East Fourteenth and
Washington streets E. J. Hadley, T. H.
Stevens. R. A. Wolfarth, H. H. Pierce, R,
Hawthorne Buck-man school. East Six
teenth and Pine streets (Montaviila car)
E. J. Hadley, J. M. Pugh. T. D. Pollack,
G. W. . Dusenbcrry, D. Farrar, James Fall.
High-land school. East Sixth and Wygant
rtreets (Union avenue car Charles H.
Boyd. X. E. Wade, Chauncey Rounds.
Emanuel Sears, J. C. Gipson.
High school of Commerce school. Fifth
and Harrison streets J. F. Elton, W. T.
Kerr. William Eastman, "Perry Tomlinson,
D. B. Hanson, W. H. H. Taylor.
Holladay school. East Sixth and Crack
amas streets B. E. Huson. B. J. Hoadiey,
C. H. Welch, Christopher Hoberg. W. M.
Watson, J. A. Stephenson, Frank Hum
well. Holman school, Corbet t and Bancroft
rtreets Mrs. Mary E. Lemon, J. W. Cur
ren, Canfie-id Marsh. S. C. Hoadiey, R. A.
Frame. Dettrich Miller.
Hosford school. East Thirtieth and Har
rison streets W. A. Baker, O. Gardner,
D. B. Harrison, John Unger, Charles A.
Hudson school. . East Seventy-seventh
and Market streets Cornelia Spencer. M.
A. P"ishburn. Pha Teft, Hose. Springer,
Irvlngton school. East Fourteenth and
Thompson streets H. H. Barr, L. Rossall,
A. K. Milner. C. H. Meller, Mr. Smith.
James John high school J. G. Cham
bers. Jefferson high school. Kerby and Emer
son streets Hopkins Jenkins. J. S. Ham
ilton. Peter Merges, David Mason. Lewis
Dowe. E. M. Stevens, George Older.
Kellogg school. East Sixty-ninth street
and Powell Valley road B. A. Thaxter,
It. D. Rector. E. A. Morrison, Warren
Cot ten. Cyrus L. Smith.
Kcnn"W ohnn1. Kast Thirty-third and
J ess up streets (Alberta caT) E. T. Fait-
Ing, James McNulty, Levi Heller, 8. P.
tester. Jacob J. Miller.
K earns school. East Twenty-eighth and
Couch streets Mrs. A. E. Watson, C. G.
Morey, Joseph Howitt, T. Ottinger, A. C.
McKeever, W. D. Mathews.
Ladd school. West Park and Jefferson
st re eta C. M. Kiggons, Dr. J. E. Hall,
Hugh Teets, A. A. Belden, G. X. Hale, J.
E. Parker, Andrew King.
Laurelhurat school. Forty-third and
Laurel hurst streets ETllyn - TheVander,
James E. Lepper, Oscar Pelton, Sylvester
Knapp, John Mayers.
Lents school, Gilbert and Main streets
A. F. Hershner, G. H. Williams, C. Wy
koff, Lewis Gilstrap.
Lincoln high school. Park and Mill
streets T. T. Davis, Charles H. Burton,
Elijah Wood, D. E. Timene. L. B. Thom
son. Llntiton school.
Llewellyn school. East Fourteenth and
Henry streets C. V. Kllgore. S. H. Beach,
J. F. Brigg, Z. W. Campbell, W. E. Dris
kell, William Horton, Charles Powers.
Montaviila school. Seventy-sixth and
Pine streets Jesse McCord, D. W. But
ler, James Wray, J. Worick, H. C. York,
O. T. Blood.
Mount Tabor School, East Sixtieth and
Ash streets William M. Miller, E. E.
Corey. Ed Vanescholck, Isaac Morris, I. H.
Loomii AT W. Ogilvie, L. C. Skeliigor.
North St. Johns J. G. Chambers and
Ockley Green School, Ainsworth and
Patton W. A. Dixon, E. A. La (id. John
Cook, H. S. Waist, J. L. Nusenheimer.
Peninsula School, Drummond and Lom
bard streets W. A. Pettys. " T. F. Wil
coxson. Lewis W. Bar bar. George Liddell.
J. G. Barber.
Portsmouth School. Gloucester and Lom
bard streets H. B. Blough. L. M. Steg
ner. C. E. Hurt, J. H. Baylor. John C.
Richmond School, East Forty-first and
Grant streets R. R. Steele. Z. M. Parvin.
A. Paffinberger. S. B. McCarthy. A. B.
Rose City Park School, East Fifty-
seventh and Sacramento streets Elmer
Brown, H. O. Caufield, F. W. Tasker, Sam
Weist, J. G. Miller.
Sell wood School East Fifteenth street
and Umatilla avenue. Sell wood L. H.
Morgan, A. R. Compton, Sellwood Post.
Shattuck School, Park and Hall streets
G. E. Jam i cm. T. E. Hills. C. Carter.
J. P. Weller. B. Morgan.
Shaver School. Mississippi avenue and
Morris street L. H. Baker. H. C. Button.
T. C. Smith, J. R. Bond. T. J. Eckert.
Stephens School. East Eisrhth and Har
rison streets H. M. Sherwood. A. M.
Himes. John A. Kunket, A. A. Drake,
Norman Phillips. Van D. Orman. J. K.
Graham. W. N. Morse.
Sunnyside School. East Thirty-fifth and
Yamhill streets E. D. Curtiss. J. W.
Lakln, B. B. Turlav. O. Leonard. Ram
Goodwin. T. Clarke Hall.
Terwilliger School. Corbett and Dakota
streets C. E. Furreson, Delos Holmes.
William Link, It. B. Wilmot. Josenh
Thompson School. Borthwick and Shaver
streets A. A. Campbell. W. P. Hireins.
Ed Welch. J. H. Schultz. A. I. Jackson.
Vernon School. East Twentv-third -nrt
Wygant streets William Parker. Charles
S. Baker, J. H. Heustin. C. Eschman.
J. S. Vaughn.
Washington High School, East Four
teenth and Stark streets H. H. Herd
man, J. B. Huntington. Thomas Supple.
J. L. Brown, Spencer Wiley, Frank Pat
ton. I. B. Self.
Woodlawn School, Undon avenue and
Bryant street C. M. Stafford, W. C.
Henderson, Charles Hollowav. J. T. Grow-
son. J. B. Sedgwick.
Woodmere School, Eightieth street and
Sixty-sixth avenue southeast Mrs. Allvla
Alexander. Martin G, Languth, Ruben
Woodstock School, .Fiftieth street and
Fifty-seventh avenue southeast A. J.
Prideaux, David Crovle. A. W T .vma n
Josiah Rogers, H. B. Thompson.
FtJfiESTHY EXHIBIT MADE
S. & H. Trading Stamps Given On Charge Accounts if Paid in Full By 10th of Each Month.
We Give S. & H. Green Trading Stamps With Purchases Amounting to 10c or More Filled Stamp Books Are Redeemed in Cash On Third Floor
Portland Agency for Home Journal Patterns Richardson's Linens Dutchess Trousers Carter's Underwear Hoover Suction Cleaners
Fountain Pens, Eversharp Pencils, Ad
dress Books, Memory Books, Line-a-Days
and many other pleasing gifts for June
graduates on display, Stationery Counter.
The Standard Store of the Northwest
Olds, Wortman & King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Dress Skirts Plaited
Buy the silk and wool material for
your new skirt here and we will plait it
for only f 1.00. First-class workmanship
guaranteed. Place your order at once.
EXTENSIVE DISPLAY TO BE
SEEX AT CENTRAL LIBRARY.
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
Prevention of Fires on Public Do
main Object, of "Protection
Week" Activity, June 23-29.
In the interest of forest protection
week. June 23-29, the forest service
bureau of the department of agricul
ture ia griving' an exhibit this week at
the Central library.
Scenes of timbered lands, take.i by
rangers while on duty, seeds and
cones of commercial trees, destructive
insects, fungus growths, which cause
a great part of the annual loss and
many of the rodents who feed on the
young seedlings, are some of the fea
tures dealt with.
It is estimated that more than 70
per cent of the fires are caused by
the carelessness of campers who,
through ignorance, throw their cigar
ettes in the brush and leave live coals.
It is to reach this part of the outdoor
public that prevention week is in
tended. At the present time, every
city in the west Is being reached
through automobile posters, placards
in windows and features like the
above. Men interested in the work
claim that the greater part of the
loss is caused unknowingly, the ma
licious conflagrations being a very
small portion of the total number of
fires. The need of this can be seen
when it is known that Oregon alone
during the last year had more than
2000 destructive biases.
Next Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock an illustrated lecture will be
given in the library free of charge to
all interested in the work.
School children will be taken by
their teachers through the week to
see the display.
ONE DIES Jll COLLISION
W. D. Zciglcr Victim When Train
Hits Auto at CcntraHa Wash.
CEXTRAUA. Wash., May 24. (Spe
cial.) W. D. Zeigler was fatally in
jured shortly before 5 o"clock this
morning when an automobile driven
by Charlie Roney was struck by
a Northern Pacific engine at the
Chestnut street crossing in the south
end of the city. Zeigler received a
fracture at the base of his skull and
died In a local hospital a few minutes
after the accident. Roney was not in.
jured. The automobile was demol
Roney claims that he stopped for
the crossing and did not see a train
or hear a bell. H. C. Smartwood, en
gineer. claims the auto was speeding.
A broken bottle of moonshine was
round in Zeiglers pocket.
Zeigler was about 40 years of age.
He is survived by a daughter, Mrs.
May vesoar, residing at Clarkesdale,
IDAHO MAY CHANGE TIME
Aspirin say Bayer
I Interstate Commerce Commission
is on Genuine to Conduct Hearing.
BOISE. Idaho, May 24. (Special.)
The interstate commerce commis
sion has decided to conduct a hear
ing on the . application of the Idaho
public utilities commission to changre
the timea in Idaho from Pacific to
mountain time, giving this section an
hour more twilight. That is the in
formation that has been received here
from Washington. -
A special examiner probably will
take testimony in Boise within a short
time. It Is believed here a sufficient
showing will be made to warrant the
change. A movement is also under
way to get a legislative daylight act.
Insist on "Bayer Tablu or Aspirin"
In a "Bayer package." containing
proper directions for Headache. Colds.
Vain. Neuralgia. Lumbago, and Rheu
matism. Name "Bayer" means genu
ine Aspirin prescribed by physicians
for nineteen years. Handy tin boxes
of 13 tablets cost few cents. Aspirin
Is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture
of Monoaceticacidester of Salicyllca-
ckd. Adv, . . .
Women's Apparel at Reductions Ranging Up to 50
This Includes Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Sweaters, Kimonos and Petticoats
Sweaters at Special Prices
Garment Salons, 2d Floor
SLIP-ON SWEATERS in the popu
lar filet weave. Made with sleeves.
Also Jersey Coats and Vests and An
gora Coat Sweaters with collars that
fasten high at the neck. PQ QQ
Good range of colors'; only D0
SWEATERS in plain and fancy
weaves. Light or medium weights.
Some have long roll collars with belts,
others with sailor collars. P" A QQ
Various colors. Special "ArtttO
WOOL SWEATERS in several dif
ferent styles. Some in ripple effects,
others with short or long collars,
sashes, belts, etc. Plain and fancy
weaves. Splendid assortment of light
colors. Sale prices $13.50 to $20.25
SILK SWEATERS in many beauti
ful models. Blouse and straight-line
effects with sashes and belts. Plain
and fancy block weaves. Sale prices
start at $31.oO and range to $58.oO
Sale of Angora Scarfs
Second Floor Choose any Angora Scarf in the Garment Store today at a sub
stantial reduction. Many attractive 6tyles 'to select from. Some have pockets
and belts. Newest colors, including stripes and mixtures $8.55 to $18.90
$4.00 Black Chiffon Taffeta, 36
inches wide. On 6pecial I0 QQ
sale today at. the vard DsSl70
$2.50 Black Satin Duchesse, 36
inches wide. On special fl"f f0
sale today at. the vard DJ.J70
$4.00 Black Palette de Soie, 36
inches wide. On special fl0 AO
sale today at, the yard wO.IO
$4.00 White Radium Silk, 40
inches wide. On special PQ Q
sale today at, the yard 5O4l-0
$7.00 Koshibo Kabe, 40 inches
wide; priced special for C?C OFC
today's selling at, yard HDD
$6.00 Pleur de Soie, (P Or
beautiful finish; a yard i!)DiD
Wool Dress Goods
$5 Black Broadcloth, PO QQ
56 inches wide a yard D5s70
$2 Navy Blue Serge, ?Q
all wool, 40-inch; yard DXD
$9 Tr.cotine, all wool, QQ
56 inches wide a yard DJsJO
$7 Golf Cloth in the Pf? I7r
new sport colors yard Dtl I J
$11.00 Imported Duvetyn in a
good selection of desirable colors.
50 inches wide., Spe- C?f OK
:iallv nriced the vard D7tl
cially priced the yard
$5.00 Colored Chiffon
Broadcloth at, the yard
$12.50 to $25 Trimmed Hats
Priced Special at $10
Second Floor Here is a wonderful opportunity to
choose from about 200 beautiful Hats at a great
saving. The season's most attractive styles are rep
resented turbans, sailors, side and back rolls, etc
There are charming models of leghorn and horse
hair there are transpar
ent effects in many smart
models hats for 6port
wear hats for street and
dress wear hats for all
occasions. Many are shown
in black and there is a
good assortment of the
most wanted colors. Don't
fail to see these excep
tional bargains. Regular
$12.50 to $25 e-f f no
Hats; special t0-LU.UU
Mask o' Uth
MASK O UTH is the modern, scientific method of Non-Massage. The habit
of massage is beginning to disappear many are realizing that the skin and
muscles being continuously pulled causes the skin to become stretched beyond
reaction. Mask o' Uth is nature's natural massage it is an instantaneous
rejuvenator both chemical and mechanical in action. MME. BERNICE is
now conducting daily demonstrations of Mask O' Uth from 2 to 5 P. M.
Beauty Parlors, 2d Floor
$12.50 to $15 Silk Umbrellas
An Umbrella Sale such as Portland has not seen in many, months! A very
special purchase made almost a year ago enables us to offer our customers
strictly high-class Umbrellas at extraordinary savings. Latest styles. Large
assortment of ring and crook handles, including Picadilly and English cane
effects, swedge trimmed handles, bead tips. Silk tops; some wide selvage border.
Color Assortment Includes
Black Green Purple
Red Brown Taupe
Sale of Furniture
People who anticipate buying furniture in the near future will save consid
erable by taking advantage of reduced prices on Bedroom Pieces now in force.
Any Pair Women's Shoes
!$1 Off 1
Main Floor Choose any pair of Women's Shoes to
day and pay $1.00 less than the usual price. This
applies to our entire stock of high-grade footwear,
including the very latest styles in Shoes, Pumps and
Oxfords. House Slippers not included.
All Men's Shoes .
Men, too, can save a dollar a pair on
shoes at this store. Entire stock no re
serve all the best makes, styles and
leathers laced or buttoned on sale at
$1.00 OFF. House Slippers ot included.
"Dollar Day" in the Shoe Dept.
Extra Special Offering for $1.00
89 Pairs Women's Shoes, sizes 2
to 4-r$8.00 to $12.00 values.
Priced snecial for today's sale
20 pairs Men's Shoes, sizes
8 to 11. Values to $8.00; pair
Little Men's Shoes, sizes 12
to 13. Regular $3.48 value, at
Women's Cretonne Slippers.
All sizes; $1.39 grade; a pair
Boudoir Slippers, dark green.
Regular $1.69 grade; a pair
-Men's Rubbers any style. C"
Regular $1.50 grade the pair 0-L
Women's $1.50 Colored fl-
Crochet Slippers; special, pair
Misses' $4.75 Buttoned Shoes, P-
sizes 13 to 2; special, the pair
$1.35 Universal Shoe Trees $1.00
$1.50 Metal Buckles for Pumps $1
Women's White Canvas Shoes and
Pumps. $2.50, $3.00 grades $1.00
$2.00-$2.50 Arch Supports $1.00
No Phone Orders No Exchange. No Credits ALL SALES FINAL.
Main Floor Bleached Pillow Cases of
good heavy weight. Size 42x36 QQ
inches. Priced very special at uOC
size 45x36 inches. On sale at
Bleached Sheets of a standard make.
Excellent heavy quality that will give
best of service. Size 81x90 QQ
inches. On sale today at DJ-0
Limit 6 Sheets to each customer.
Main Floor Table Cloths in beauti
ful round patterns. Several designs.
Cloths size 2x2 yards; only $3.58
Cloths size 2x2 yards, at $4.98
Mercerized Napkins, fine CJC ff
quality. Special a dozen DJvlV
Barnsley Linen-finish Tow- " fT
eling. 6 yards for $1 ; yard
Main Floor Japanese Wash Crepes in
the new striped patterns. Very serv
iceable and make up beauti- Q
fully. Priced special, a yard "OU
Silk Mixed Shirtings of QO QfT
excellent quality the yard 0Ss7O
White Cambric Muslin; 10 OAg
yards to customer the. yard
Any Trimmed Hat in Basement
Your Choice, Only $
Every Trimmed Hat in our Basement stock
is included in this sale. We expect to close out
hundreds of them at this price, for there are
models which were formerly on sale at prices
ranging up to $7.98 which means hats such as
other stores price at $10.00 to $12.50. Banded
Sailors in plain colors and many with white
and black facing Flower-trimmed Hats and
-Ribbon-trimmed Hats in great variety. Colonials, Droops,
Turbans and many other styles, both large and small.
Black, rose, tan, brown, red, blue, green, etc. Choice $5.00
200 Children's Trimmed Hats
At Special Prices
Infants' Silk-and-Wool G1 QQ
Shirts; all sizes. Special Dx0
Reuben's Shirts and Carter's
Bands on sale at SPECIAL prices.
Red Diamond Diapers, OA OQ
si7j 20x40 inches: dozen DfxsOJ
Red Diamond Diapers,
size 22x44 inches; dozen
Outing Flannel Dia
pers, good quality, dozen
Outing Flannel Wrap
pers and Nightgowns at
Outing Flannel Wrappers 79
Baby Blankets, pink, blue $1 .OO
We Give S:&H. Green
Closing Out Odd Lines
Fourth Floor Tennis Nets of best quality at half price.
$3.50 grade $1.75, $4.50 grade $2.25, $5.50, $2.75
$2.50 Tennis Racquets $1.25 $4.00 Racquets $2.00
Men's $7.50 Gray Wool Bathing Suits, now $3.50
$2.00 Swimming Suits $1 $6.00 Swimming Suits $3
For the Dog
Dog Collars P R I C E Dog Blankets PRICE
Dog Harness P R I C E Dog Muzzles PRICE
Dog Leaders M PRICE Dog Whips PRICE
Bicycles, Tricycles, Coasters
At Reasonable Prices
Lumber Loaders Injured.
ABERDEEN. Wash., May Z4. (Spe
cial.) W. J. Miller and John Michael,
lumber loaders employed at the Price
log-gins camp, east of Oakville, were
Injured when the lower landing: gave
way, sending 2000 feet of lumber on
the skldway against the men, pinning
them to the car. Miller sustained a
bruised leg- and Michael a disabled
BLUE SKY LAW IN FORCE
Idaho Attorney Chosen to Prose
cute Violations of Act.
BOISE, Idaho, May 24. (Special.)
The "blue sky" law apparently is not
going to continue to be a dead letter
on the statute books of Idaho. Miles
S. Johnson of Lewiston, former assis
tant United States district attorney
for Idaho, has been appointed attor
ney for the department of commerce
and industry, and is commissioned to
prosecute all cases where he is con
vinced the law is being violated. As
a result all stock selling companies.
together with all promoting compa
nies are being carefully inspected.
No appropriation was made for the
enforcement of the law until the last
legislature met. It has therefore
been possible to put the machinery of
the law in force and effect.
Summer Dancing Begins.
ROOSBVEI.T, Wash.. May 24.
(Special.) The opening dance at the
Roosevelt open air pavilion was bril
liant and marked the inauguration of
a series of- Saturday night dances and
drew an attendance of 250 persons.
Tte pavilion was constructed by J. G.
Wright and J. E. West.
Students to Contest for Medal.
ABERDEEN, Wash., May "4. (Spe
cial.) Weatherwax high school stu
dents will compete Wednesday in a
declamation contest for a silver
medal, and the highest honors of the
school in oral expression. The con
testants are: Emil Ross, Mary Ken
nedy, Lucinda Coughlin, Harry Mats
kind and Alberta Sanborn.
Road. Supervisor Seriously Hurt.
ABERDEEN. Wash- May 24. (Spe
cial.) Frank Barnes of Olympia, road
supervisor, was seriously hurt near
McCleary Saturday when a large
array truck, used for hauling gravel,
went over a 30-foot embankment and
turned completely over. Mr. Barnes'
head was crushed. He was riding on
the seat of the truck with his brother,
who was driving. They were travel
ing; asainst a rain storm, which ob
strueted their vision. Barnes was at
tended by Dr. Fleming of McCleary
and taken to Olympia in an ambulance.
TAB ON AUT01STS IS DUE
Registration Under Kew Law to
Start Alter-Jun IS.
SALEM, Or, May 24. (Special.)
Registration of motor vehicle drivers
under a new law passed at the spe
cial session of the legislature last
January will begin soon after June 15,
according to announcement made by
Sam A. Koier, assistant secretary of
state, today. Necessary application
blanks are now being printed and will
be sent out early next month. Under
the law no persons under 16 years of
age will be allowed to drive motor
vehicles. Persons physically defective
also are forbidden to drive these
vehicles unless receiving a special
permit from the secretary of state.
There are practically 85,000 automo
biles and other motor-driven vehicles
registered in the state, indicating that
not less than 200.000 drivers will
make applications for permits to op
erate the machines.. The cost of the
license is 25 cents, and will about
cover the expense incurred in making
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